I charge family $2.50 a dozen, and non family $3.50 a dozen.
They're organic, free range, and currently getting extra omegas, since I'm expecting and eggs are my main source of protein
So, I could easily charge $5.00 a dozen, but to be honest, nobody around here really cares that they're organic or have extra omegas... Well, that's not fair, they probably do, but I don't advertise them, it goes by word of mouth on how delicious they are lol
When I figure the cost of upkeep, coops, feed, cases of cartons, and a used fridge to keep them in for summer, I should charge $5 per egg lol, but I can't include those costs in the eggs; that was just a "hobby" incurred expense
BTW, I'm in Colorado, in case it makes a difference... Prices can vary by region.
Edit to add, our local health food store charges $5.00 a dozen for local organic eggs, and my neighbor charges $2.50 a dozen for his and they're not organic, but still free range. That's what I went by when I priced mine; local needs and demand.Edited by shortgrass - 1/26/16 at 11:47pm